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Let's see. I'm an Aquarius, I like movies (duh!) and I like to go on the computer. I like to draw and sometimes watch TV. I also LOVE music.
I'm eccentric and I like to have fun. That's about it for now. ^ ^
Damien: Omen II (1978)
An excellent sequel and Jonathan Scott-Taylor was the best Damien
I have to say that as fan of horror movies (whether they be new or old), I loved this sequel. I remember watching they original and being very intrigued.
When I recently heard about the sequel, though it's very old, I jumped on the opportunity to watch this. Now, I'm only fourteen, but I just loved this movie (and Jonathan Scott-Taylor). This is definitely a movie that I'm going to record on video to watch again, and again.
On to the movie itself. It was very well acted and had good graphics for it's time. People rag on some of the death scenes, but I have to say that I was impressed with what they had. Maybe Joanne's death was a little silly, but I liked that you could even have a little bit of a laugh.
I thought all of the characters were well acted, and that Jonathan Scott-Taylor was, in my opinion and a decent amount of others, the best Damien to hit the screen. With his eyes and black hair, he really set the feel of being the Antichrist. He was really, really good. The thing that I loved was how Jon made you almost feel bad for Damien. Like, when he killed Mark and then let out a strangled yell. There were even tears. It was especially heart-wrenching that Damien didn't even know he was the Antichrist until half-way through the movie. It was so sad when he screamed at the top of his lungs why it had to be him that was born of the devil and a jackal.
Overall, it was a strong movie and I highly recommend it to people who enjoyed the first film, have an open mind and aren't to hard on things like this. Afterall people, it's just a movie. It's mean't to be fun and enjoyable. Just relax and be a little less "RAWR!", 'kay? ^ ^
Chicken Chaser? Do You Chase Chickens?
I love Fable! It's one of the better RPG's out there. I also recommend just playing the Lost Chapters and skipping the original game all together. That's what I did.
A really cool thing about this game is that you have the freedom to roam lands and interact with the locals and traders. Buying property and marrying chicks (or guys) are just some of the side things you can do.
Overall, it has really good graphics and sound affects. Great realism as well. It rocks that you be good or evil. I also enjoy the expressions.
This game gets a 10/10 for me! Enjoy your game play!
Who will you be?
Seed of Chucky (2004)
It's A Hobby Really, It Helps Us Relax...
I think any Chucky fan will be pleased, especially if you liked Bride of Chucky. If you don't have the Chuck spirit then chances are slim that you'd be interested.
Maybe it's not an Oscar worthy film but it has a likable substance to it. It makes you laugh and if your gore fan you won't be let down. I particularly fell in love with Glen or Glenda, Chucky and Tiffany's gender confused and kind hearted offspring. The bickering over 'its' sex was hilarious.
I also liked Jennifer Tilly, considering she does Tiffany's voice and plays herself in this movie. To see Jennifer getting asked for an autograph by a doll with her voice was priceless. Speaking of Tiffany, she still has the classic 'my mother always said' lines.
The gore was there but not to over the top. Chucky is still in the killing craze (even after making a promise with Tiff to stop) while Glen/Glenda and Tiffany aren't going to have any of it. Tiffany herself even gets help by consulting a book and calling a hot line when things get hard to contain (even if she kills Redman in the end). Glen/Glenda also have its moment of killing by setting fire to Jennifer's assistant Joan.
I have to say that before you put this movie down, I say go see it first and give it chance. You might not be disappointed.
10/10 for sure!